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11 Podcasts to Make You a Recruitment Marketing Pro

11 podcasts to make you a recruitment marketing pro

Between work, family and crazy side gigs, I’ve given up on the idea of finding time to read. Podcasts allow me to do what every working parent does best – multitask. I listen to loads of them and learn while folding the laundry, FTW! Recruitment Marketing is currently the hot industry buzzworthy term. Smashfly is […]

Can You Handle a Long Career in HR?

I came to an HR career after about 12 years in Engineering and Operations. I had been on the periphery, trying to learn how to make operations better through better people-related decisions. As anyone who has spent a significant time in HR will tell you, there comes a time where nothing about people will surprise […]

Mistakes Were Made – Know How To Correct the Course

The way news moves today (both real and #fakenews) I could write a post a day about how one U.S. company or another screwed up regarding public relations, customer relations, or employee relations. It could be United Airlines – pick one of many reasons – or Pepsi, or Chick-Fil-A.  Every day, something. This is not […]

If You Can’t Commit, Just Quit

I have the pleasure of owning my own business. While this comes with a heckuva lot of headaches and anxiety, it does come with some inherent bonuses: I own what I do! I am committed! I am all in! I gave a presentation a few weeks ago in which I talked about my belief that employees need […]

The Culture Puzzle: Figuring Out If You Fit In

A few weeks ago, I was asked to lead an information session at a hiring event. I was somewhat reluctant to accept given the fact that I too was on the job market. I wasn’t sure my insight would be appreciated since, despite my professional expertise in Talent Acquisition and Recruiting, I could be easily […]

Diversity Double Dutch, Jump In

At the close of 2014 I wrote a reflective piece about how one of my childhood dreams inspired me take the annual performance review seriously. As a child, I longed for the ability to jump Double Dutch with such precision and expertise that I could remake Frankie Smith’s “Double Dutch Bus” and embark on the […]